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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - TESTAMENT

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Astrology, 143:third eye, or the "single eye" of the New Testament. "If thine eye be single," said the Christ,Astrology, 154:forehead; this is "the single eye" of the New Testament which makes the "whole body to be full ofAstrology, 158:then "of the earth, earthy" and is what the New Testament calls "the first Adam." In this sense,Astrology, 167:house." The Mount of Transfiguration in the New Testament is Venus in Capricorn when love and mindAstrology, 168:The astrological significance of the New Testament is as yet little understood. Christ was born inAstrology, 215:the esoteric significances of the New Testament message and he misinterpreted because the truth -Astrology, 276:and is symbolically referred to in The New Testament as "the veil of the temple was rent in twainAstrology, 314:in the triumphant utterance recorded in The New Testament: "My God, My God, why hast Thou forsakenAstrology, 371:from the expression given to it in The New Testament, was the effort of the human will (hithertoAstrology, 566:the life of Christ has been deleted from The New Testament, but has been preserved for us in theAtom, 56:as the Word, is frequently used in the New Testament, in speaking of the Deity. The outstandingAtom, 81:where Wisdom cries aloud (Wisdom in the Old Testament representing the Christ aspect), and afterAtom, 115:seen by those who intelligently read their New Testament. And in all these cases these initiationsAutobiography, 42:[42] often cruel (to judge from what The Old Testament reports), loving only those who recognizedAutobiography, 52:to translate a book as ancient as The New Testament into English, how can there be such a thing asAutobiography, 52:languages. I have been told that when The New Testament was being translated into French, someAutobiography, 120:asked myself a few days ago what part of the Old Testament was worth preserving. Much of it isAutobiography, 126:them as Scriptures. There were parts of the Old Testament that shocked me and parts that made meAutobiography, 238:the life [238] of the Christ, related in the New Testament, are also the same. When man beginsBethlehem, 19:fish in Christian literature, including the New Testament. This Piscean age comes between theBethlehem, 19:of the ram or the scapegoat in the Old Testament teaching, and the keeping of the Passover feast.Bethlehem, 20:so that the fish preponderates in our New Testament and in our eschatological symbology. The newBethlehem, 26:and then told us to live divinely. In the New Testament this unfolding life of living divine loveBethlehem, 41:already seen, is called by many names in the New Testament, and in the other religions it is calledBethlehem, 42:man, or the spiritual entity, whilst in the Old Testament reference is made to the "Angel of theBethlehem, 42:that mysterious Being, spoken of in the Old Testament as Melchizedek, and as the Ancient of Days,Bethlehem, 52:from the center. Again and again in the New Testament we are told that "He that hath ears to hear,Bethlehem, 68:weariness. This cave or stable story of the New Testament is perhaps as full of symbolism as any toBethlehem, 71:to birth. None of the Epistles in the New Testament make this so clear as the Epistle to theBethlehem, 75:disciples) is typified by many things in the Old Testament; by the 12 sons of Jacob, by the 12Bethlehem, 76:oxen which bare the brazen sea. Also in the New Testament, by the 12 stars in the bride's crown, byBethlehem, 103:of the Father. Though, as recorded in the New Testament, it was divided into definite periods andBethlehem, 106:are typified for us in the Bible. The Old Testament stands for the natural lower man, the virginBethlehem, 106:of the Messiah, of Him Who shall come. The New Testament stands for the spiritual man, for God madeBethlehem, 106:nature carried and veiled for so long. The Old Testament opens with the appearance of the raven atBethlehem, 106:world, as we can begin to know it. The New Testament opens with the appearance of a dove - one theBethlehem, 162:to drink, saying "This is my blood of the new testament, which is shed for many for the remissionBethlehem, 185:thorn, His cross is every tree." - Quoted in The Testament of Man, by Arthur Stanley, p. 498. TheBethlehem, 201:and to his fellowmen and, according to the New Testament, these terms - God and our fellowmen - areBethlehem, 231:life is left untold by the writers of the New Testament. It was not possible for them to know more.Bethlehem, 240:perhaps not an accident that already in the Old Testament the promise 'Thine eyes shall hear a wordDestiny, 15:in the history of the Jews as found in the Old Testament. When the first ray was in control andDestiny, 150:Egypt. Then followed, as we are told in the New Testament, a cycle of thirty years wherein all weDiscipleship1, 59:world, the flesh and the devil" of which The New Testament speaks. 3. Love. Love is that inclusive,Discipleship1, 714:This is the Path referred to in The Old Testament as "the path of the just is as a shining lightDiscipleship1, 736:faulty at times. Study those passages in the New Testament in which he defines love. Give upDiscipleship1, 772:are bringing about the fulfilment of the New Testament prophecy that (at the time of the end) thereDiscipleship2, 173:particular location where evil dwells; the New Testament in the Book of Revelations speaks of evilDiscipleship2, 195:of the spirit," as it is called in the New Testament; he will consequently acquire the facility toDiscipleship2, 386:esoteric significance in the words in The New Testament that the "whole creation groaneth andDiscipleship2, 405:of the words which we read in The New Testament that "the veil of the Temple was rent in twain fromDiscipleship2, 587:periphery of his aura (referred to in The New Testament as "the hem of his garment"). By thisEducation, 133:is the "second birth" spoken of [133] in the New Testament, in which a man is "born again" into theEducation, 144:hands, eternal in the heavens" to which the New Testament refers (II Cor. V, 1). It is interestingEducation, 144:V, 1). It is interesting to note that the Old Testament refers to the etheric body (Ecc. XII, 6-7.)Education, 144:XII, 6-7.) and its construction, and the New Testament deals with the building of the spiritualExternalisation, 78:Law of Karma, and from a close study of the Old Testament and of the acts and deeds there claimedExternalisation, 124:root race, the Aryan. The whole theme of the Old Testament is built around the development andExternalisation, 160:to this possibility that the story in the New Testament refers where reference is made to the poolExternalisation, 164:and invocation. Three statements in the New Testament begin now to demonstrate their profoundExternalisation, 167:too may live which is the theme of the New Testament. When, therefore, the mode of sacrifice entersExternalisation, 269:one, too, which finds its counterpart in the New Testament, where the Coming One is seen comingExternalisation, 272:"the air" is a well-known prophecy from the New Testament, thus enabling "every eye to see Him."Externalisation, 278:at in the sacred scriptures, such as the New Testament, where it is foretold that "for the sake ofExternalisation, 363:This is the significance of the words in the New Testament, "Every eye shall see him"; humanity asExternalisation, 400:Christ, and He Himself has told us (and the New Testament in many places emphasizes it) that weExternalisation, 464:the Ancient of Days (as He is called in the Old Testament), to the God of Love, to Sanat Kumara,Externalisation, 530:reason why the Son of God was called in The Old Testament a "man of sorrows and acquainted withExternalisation, 543:death, and which embodied the threats of the Old Testament Jehovah in the Christian teaching ofExternalisation, 607:There is a great initiation spoken of in the New Testament, to which we have given the name of theExternalisation, 628:where humanity can put them and which the New Testament foretold would happen. The world is in theExternalisation, 646:meaning to be found in the statement in the New Testament that "the love of money is the root ofFire, 1229:The nature of Spirit is dealt with in the New Testament in one of the esoteric statements addressedGlamour, 137:had no direct revealing intuition. In the New Testament, John, the beloved disciple, was privilegedGlamour, 189:This is the significance of the words of the New Testament, "every eye shall see Him"; humanity asHealing, 85:the occult significance of the words in the Old Testament that "the blood is the life." It is theHealing, 263:Their aggressive history as narrated in the Old Testament is on a par with present-day GermanHealing, 267:to the substance of another grade), so the Old Testament is emphatically a secondary Scripture, andHealing, 268:the ancient Scriptures of the East and the New Testament. Its emphasis is material and its effectHealing, 268:consciousness. The general theme of the Old Testament is the recovery of the highest expression ofHealing, 268:never grasped, for the love expressed in the Old Testament is the separate, possessive love ofHealing, 393:to the erroneous teaching to be found in the Old Testament anent Jehovah, the tribal God of theHealing, 616:healing quality of love. According to The New Testament, this quality was called by the ChristHercules, 107:stars, again the number of initiation. The Old Testament started with a raven, the New TestamentHercules, 107:The Old Testament started with a raven, the New Testament starts with a dove. Experience startsHercules, 119:also the prophecy in Isaiah upon which our New Testament is based: "And a virgin shall conceive andHercules, 182:by A.A.B. 1937) There is a phrase in the New Testament, "The end of the world". It is justInitiation, 84:analogy is kept in an interesting way in the New Testament in the life of the initiate Jesus. ManyMagic, 352:the first initiation what is called in the New Testament "the babe in Christ" starts upon thePatanjali, 61:The same thought is to be found in the Old Testament, in the case of Joshua before the walls ofPatanjali, 340:"bushel" referred to by the Christ in the New Testament) is the changing, fluctuating sheaths orPatanjali, 416:in the three books, the Bhagavad Gita, the New Testament and the Yoga Sutras is contained aPatanjali, 426:it is needless f or us to consider. In our New Testament, when the Father communicated with thePatanjali, x:of every student, the Bhagavad Gita, the New Testament, and the Yoga Sutras, for in these three isPatanjali, xi:glory behind the veil of every form. In the New Testament there is depicted for us the life of aProblems, 90:was; this is the hope held out to us in the New Testament and by all the Sons of God down the agesProblems, 100:of men, is almost entirely lacking in The Old Testament and teaching on immortality is nowhereProblems, 100:having Christ put to death (according to The New Testament); he is more apt to remember that ChristProblems, 101:Jehovah of the Jews and looks upon The Old Testament as the history of a cruel and aggressiveProblems, 102:of their enemies, as related in The Old Testament. The fate of the Jews in the world war is a
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